I like the masters because the course is like a huge green Cathedral (I’m in the high desert, so green is good).
I wish the PGA would do something about the morons that shout idiotic stuff, and “Get in the hole!” that really diminishes the experience.
1. Dr. Mackenzie and I believe that no good golf hole exists that does not afford a proper and convenient solution to the average golfer and the short player, as well as to the more powerful and accurate expert.
2. We have always felt that the make-or-break character of many of the holes of our second nine has been largely responsible for rewarding our spectators with so many dramatic finishes. It has always been a nine that could be played in the low thirties or the middle forties.